Maturity

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"Immature" redirects here. For the band, see Immature (band).

Maturity may refer to:

  • Adulthood or age of majority
  • Capability Maturity Model, in software engineering, a model representing the degree of formality and optimization of processes in an organization
  • Developmental age
  • Mature technology, a term indicating that a technology has been in use and development for long enough that most of its initial problems have been overcome
  • Maturity (finance), a financial term indicating the final date for payment of principal and interest
  • Maturity (geology), a geological term describing rock, source rock, and hydrocarbon generation
  • Maturity (psychological), a term in developmental psychology to indicate that a person responds to the circumstances or environment in an appropriate manner
  • Maturity (sedimentology), a geological term describing the proximity of a sedimentary deposit from its source
  • Sexual maturity, the stage when an organism can reproduce, though this is distinct from adulthood

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